July 7, 2019 Subject:
A very sweet take on Cinderella, featuring Betty Boop as a redhead. A little bit of sexy here. when the Fairy gives her some scanty underwear and then a backless, bustier-type top to her flounced dress. Even in rags, she shows some cleavage - covered albeit, but her breasts are there - later the need for propriety sort of flattened out Betty's ample figure. Good music for this kind of theme, well played and well sung. The 3-D backgrounds are good as are the detailed mats. Nice one.
April 29, 2015 Subject:
Will the REAL Betty Please Boop-Oop-A-Doop?
Yes, this is a lovely cartoon if you're into Cinderella. The animation is nice and the color is pretty. But it does NOT star Betty Boop! It's not the red hair I object to. (In The Cocoanuts, Harpo's red wig looks dark in black and white.) This girl is too spineless, too much of a doormat to be Betty Boop. Betty would have applied that hot iron to her stepsisters' derrieres, gotten herself to the ball without any help and boop-oop-a-dooped that smarmy prince right out of those silly tights. This Cinderella has all the backbone of an overripe banana! They've taken her boop-oop-a-doop away!
September 20, 2012 Subject:
A Cartoon treat
This is a wonderful adaptation of the Cinderella story. It stays fairly close to the original story with just a touch of animated whimsy, not too much in they way of overplayed cartoon humor. And Betty Boop is a great Cinderella, and borgeous with red hair. I suspect it's pointed a bit toward the adult audience - Betty's change from her rags to the ball gown is a bit spicy, but in the end she gets her prince. The music was really well done, with actually quite good singers. I never saw this as a child but it's a treat to finally get to see it now.